The most attractive stone façade semi- detached period home with lovely gardens and parking within a stroll of Bath Road shops.
One of the rarely available Ashlar stone façade, semi-detached properties on this sought after road, within a stroll of the lovely street scene of Bath Road. Resting in the most beautiful, walled garden with parking to the front, this is a home of great style and character. It extends to over c2271 Sq Ft internally and has been the subject of a continual enhancements and improvements by the current owners, in a wonderful marriage of modern living and period elegance. The house beautifully combines classical elements with a more country, cottage interior style whilst remaining unlisted.
The layout is traditional of its era, practical and functional ideal for modern family life. The formal drawing room and dining room are found on the raised ground floor, both rooms are wonderfully light, with tall ceilings and feature fireplaces, grand Parliament doors allow for the rooms to be open or shut, as one wishes. A study is positioned to the rear of the house overlooking the gardens. On garden level is the magnificent kitchen/breakfast/living room. As with any of the best family homes, this is the hub of the house set to the rear with direct access and views over the terrace and gardens. Arranged in a more open plan style with an excellent range of modern units and integrated appliances opening to the living room. There is a utility room and a shower room, access to the terrace and gardens.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and is found on the second floor.
In all, a very special house on a lovely quiet road. Due to its architectural merit and its position, so close to the thriving Bath Road and excellent schools, it makes for an ideal family home.
Forming part of a charming street scene, number 33 stands in a prominent position with off road parking to the front. The gardens are set to the rear, the prettiest and most private of gardens, made up predominantly of an area of level lawn flanking the patio terrace with mature borders and trees, including Plum and apple. Although arranged to be easily maintained it is without doubt, an idyllic spot to sit and enjoy. The garden is complemented by a summer house and traditional greenhouse. Additionally there is a toolshed and two useful outbuildings which are arranged as his and hers.
An extremely sought after location, Leckhampton Road is lined with attractive homes, making the street scene one of delightful character. Within a short stroll are the boutique shops and lively café culture on Bath Road, known for its community feel and with everything one needs for easy day to day living. The house offers a pretty short cut and walking route through the back roads into Cheltenham town centre. Schools, both private and state, in the local vicinity are widely known as some of the best in the area with Leckhampton Primary and Naunton Park within bike and foot distance. This, and the vibrant community on offer, has helped to retain the prestigious status Leckhampton holds as one of the best addresses within the area. The location also has excellent access onto the A40 for Oxford and London and M5.
Services All mains services are connected
Local Authority Cheltenham Borough Council (01242) 262626
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292